Amplified Ale Works delish 8% double IPA.
Quite good. Resinous hop nose that follows through with flavor. Nice balance with pleasant bitterness…not overwhelming and doesn’t linger too long, but enough to want another sip. The 8% doesn’t hurt. Though per the back, my orange juice glass is not considered proper glassware. Maybe it’s better in proper glassware.
Always happy to find Omnipollo beers locally. This collaboration is no exception. Nose has wonderful notes of citrus, pineapple and mango. Full bodied juicy flavors with soft mouth-feel. Not overly sweet, nicely balanced, with mild bitterness on the finish. Would not have guessed it was 10% ABV.
Who doesn’t love dolphin sparkles? Yay! It falls somewhere between a NE hazy IPA and west coast IPA. Smooth and juicy but with with a bit more bitterness on the finish.
Flavor-wise, an unfiltered double IPA with piney and resinous hop characteristics and malty base with no residual sweetness. Discretion Brewing’s annual release in celebration of independence day. With numbers like 8.9% and 74 IBU… what more could you ask for? Oddly worded on the can. Double hazy implies double the haze, unlike a hazy double […]
Whoa…a delish double IPA from Toppling Goliath. The pale malt body lets the nice hop characteristics shine through. Pleasant lingering bitterness. Hmm…no ABV on can? Would guess 8%-ish.
…a 9% ABV old school, malty but balanced, double IPA from Decatur, GA’s, Three Taverns Craft Brewery for me, and Parrot Vibes, a 4.8% ABV POG tart ale from Oakland, CA’s Temescal Brewing, that she wishes was 9%, for the lady.
A piney, resinous and malty 8% DIPA from Fort Collins, CO’s Odell Brewing. The maltly base has an underlying sweetness giving it characteristics similar to a barleywine, and English barleywine where hop bitterness is more subdued.
Yum. Nice juicy hop nose. Flavor is sweeter than expected, with little to no bitterness. 32oz went down waaay to fast. All that and clocked in at 8.5% ABV. What’s not to love.
…at home; and who doesn’t want some fun, mandatory or not. The beer, a nice 9.3% double IPA from the fine folks at Hess Brewings. Piney and citrusy nose, and the flavor doesn’t disappoint. Yum.